Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones has been hacked. Images seen by Gizmodo include multiple nude photographs of Jones, and photos that appear to show the star engaging in sexual acts. The leak also includes scans of her passport, as well as of her California driver’s license.
Milo Yiannopoulos, the Breitbart blogger better known as @Nero on Twitter, has been permanently banned from the site after inciting a campaign of racist harassment against Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones that prompted the actress to quit Twitter.
In a perfect world, Leslie Jones would’ve spent her Monday celebrating the release of her new childhood-ruining movie, Ghostbusters: Attack of the Feminmiminismsists, but instead she’s putting up with some bullshit on Twitter. Monday night, Jones exposed and called out the insanely racist abuse she’s been receiving.
Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters is a film for anyone who ever watched the first Ghostbusters and thought, “I wish they got to use their guns more.” It’s bigger, brighter, and louder—the sort of movie that features the Ghostbusters shooting ghosts in slow motion set to the iconic theme song. It’s also incredibly funny. The…
Each of the new Ghostbusters has received their own introductory video, meaning we’ve received a ton of new film footage, along with details about the characters and the plot.
In the latest Ghostbusters featurette, not only does the cast and crew speak lovingly about the new and old Ecto-1, but we actually see a lot more of its upcoming in-movie history. I don’t think it’s going to shock people to know that Holtzmann (Kate McKinnon) is behind a lot of the changes.
After decades of waiting for a new Ghostbusters movie, here’s your first footage from one. To celebrate the launch of this awesome trailer, we talked with director Paul Feig, producer Ivan Reitman and writer Katie Dippold, and they told us why this trailer reintroduces so many of the things we love.
That’s right, it’s a teaser trailer for a trailer. Our very first look at Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters doesn’t show off much: just shots of New York City, frantic police officers and the Army, as well as a tease of the original’s theme song.
The new Ghostbusters movie is still half a year away, but at least now we’re starting to get teased with some pretty sweet images. Yesterday, we saw our first official cast picture. Now feast your eyes on four posters, one for each of our new heroes.
Director Paul Feig just revealed the costumes for his Ghostbusters film, starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones. They’re definitely similar to the ones from the 1984 original film, but have a more realistic, fire fighter vibe to them. But that’s not the only Ghostbusters news today.
The cast of the all-female Ghostbusters movie is close to being confirmed.
Almost everybody knows Berenice Abbott's famous "Night View, New York" photograph. It's Manhattan in a nutshell—a solid wall of city, cold and bright. But we've never known the whole story behind this definitive image.